Max Silver, a professional poker player from Dublin, Ireland has won the event#53 of 2017 World Series of poker for $172,645. It was the event of buy-in $3,000 No Limit Hold’em 6 handed, which attracted Two hundred and fifty-six players worldwide and generated $691,200 as total prize pool. Top 39 players of the match were paid out.
Guowei Zhang becomes runner-up of this event for a winning total of amount $106,694, while North Carolina’s Mickey Craft collected $69,789 and completed his journey at third place.
This win makes Silver’s lifetime earnings from various WSOP events to $1,300,585. Before this win Silver placed eighths in 2011 World Series of poker Europe Main event and then his largest ever WSOP cash in 2014 for $10,000 Buy-in No Limit old’em 6 handed championship. He also played WSOP main event last year and finished 33rd position for a total winning share of amount for $216,211.
Some notable players of the match who cashed out from the game were David Bach (11th), John Racener (13th), Jesse Martin (15th), Frank Kassela (16th), Juha Helppi (20th), Diego Cordovez (23rd), James Obst (25th), Joe McKeehen (27th), and Jameson Painter (29th).
Silver is playing professional poker since last eight years. He also runs an online poker training websites for newbie players. He loves to play the game. He was very happy after this great win of him and said that “I’ll be back to play $25K Pot Limit Omaha and of course, the Main event.
Its amazing, Silver said after the match. He said that I have been playing poker from years and have played some real good games, I scored very good in many games, but winning a bracelet over here is simply amazing.
Final table Result of Event#53:-
1st: Max Silver, $172,645 (146.5)
2nd: Guowei Zhang, $106,694 (124.8)
3rd: Mickey Craft, $69,789 (108.3)
4th: Lena Wang, $46,871 (94.9)
5th: Ayman Qutami, $32,345 (83.9)
6th: Georgios Kapalas, $22,952 (74.8